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NEVADA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
WALKER LAKE
TAMARACK BEACH CAMPGROUND
20 MILE BEACH CAMPGROUND
N 3844.342'
W 11845.976
(GPS from Tamarack Beach)
Dispersed and Primitive Camping

Exposed to the elements, from scorching
hot to freezing cold... this is rugged waste
land. The main reason we camp here is
because of the easy access and it is
convenient.

Rumor has it that this is a submarine base.
(Navel Undersea Warfare Center)

sunrise at 20 Mile Beach Campground
Sunrise at 20 Mile Beach Campground

20 Mile Beach Campground
Walker Lake

Walker Lake
Walker Lake

Walker Lake
Walker Lake

TAMARACK BEACH CAMP AREA
Tamarack Beach is a free BLM campground
on the north end of Walker lake. Outhouse
and garbage dumpster. There are some old
parking pads, but they are breaking apart
and overgrown with weeds.
N 3844.342
W 11845.976'

Walker Lake Mountain Views
Walker Lake with snow on the mountains
March 9, 2007

20 Mile Beach Campground
20 Mile Beach Campground

20 Mile Beach Campground
20 Mile Beach Campground

20 Mile Beach Campground
20 Mile Beach Campground

20 MILE BEACH CAMP AREA
About a mile north from Tamarack Beach,
is 20 Mile Beach with camping areas.
N 3845.058'
W 11845.680'

Vaulted Toilet and Garbage Bins
Vaulted Toilet and Garbage Bins
20 Mile Beach Campground

Primitive Firerings
Vaulted Toilets
Garbage Service

4x4 Recommended on Beaches

Sportsman's Beach Recreation Site
Sportsman's Beach Recreation Site

Sportsman's Beach Recreation Site
Sportsman's Beach Recreation Site

SPORTSMAN'S BEACH
$6.00 Developed Sites
$4.00 Primitive Camp Areas
No Day Use Fees
Picnic tables, firerings, shade ramadas,
vaulted toilets, and garbage service.
N 3841.466'
W 11846.243'

Be A Courteous Camper
1. Build fires ONLY in the grills or firerings provided
2. Be sure your fire is completely out before you leave
3. Burn ONLY combustible material. NO glass, plastics, or metals please.
4. Toilet facilities are provided for your convenience. Please help keep them clean.
5. Protect the water quality of Walker Lake by disposing of "gray water" at least 200 feet from water sources.
6. Keep horses outside the recreation site. Please keep dogs on lease and under control at all times.
7. Do not discharge firearms or fireworks within the recreation site or campground area.
8. Please keep noise in campground to a minimum.
9. Camping is limited to 14 days
10. Please observe posted speed limits
Keep your camp clean and leave it clean. Dumpsters are located near the toilets.

CAMPERS!!! Do not burn trash (metals, cans, glass bottles, plastics, food scraps, Hazardous Materials, ect.,) in firerings. No pallets with nails. BURN ONLY CHARCOAL OR WOOD ONLY.

Clean out firerings when done. Dispose of ALL trash in dumpsters provided. DO NOT place BBQ's, hot plates or open flame of any type on tabletops.

Help keep this area clean.

NEVER
- Burn toxic or non-combustible material ie. NO GLASS, METAL, TIRES, FURNITURE, or PALLETS.
- Leave trash behind in the firering
- Leave a campfire unattended or still warm embers behind.
- Build a fire too near tents, campers, or structures.
- Have a campfire when special restrictions are in effect.

ALWAYS
- Know and follow any special fire restrictions that may be in effect.
- Burn only wood, paper, or similar combustible material.
- Keep campfires small or at least to a reasonable size.
- Make sure your fire is "dead-out", use water and stir the coals.
- Clean unburned material out of your firering and dispose of properly.

Bureau of Land Management
Carson City Field Office
5665 Morgan Hill Road
Carson City, NV 89701
755-885-6000

WALKER LAKE STATE REC. AREA
Day Use Area
Open from sunrise to sunset
Southwest shores of Walker Lake

DIRECTIONS:
Hwy.95 between Fallon and Hawthorne
Fallon 50 miles
About 15 miles north of Hawthorne, NV

Elevation 3956'

Lahontan Reservoir
Lahontan Reservoir
N 3925.083'
W 11910.445'

Showers at Lahontan Reservoir
(North towards Fallon, NV)
$5.00 Day Use Permit
$10.00 Camping Fee
Very strict about payments...

Showers at Whiskey Flats RV Park
Hwy.95 in Hawthorne, NV

Highway 359
Highway 359 at the Nevada / California Border
Snow on March 21, 2007

Highway 167 towards Mono Lake
Highway 167 towards Mono Lake, CA

PHOTO HERE
Tree covered with shoes.
Hwy.95 about 40 miles south of Fallon, NV
This tree was cut down our last trip on Hwy.95
March 19, 2007

Shoe Tree on Highway 50
Shoe Tree on Highway 50
About 50 miles east from Fallon, NV
N 3917.655'
W 11759.196'

We have seen about 1/2 dozen shoe trees
in our travels. Mostly in Nevada and California.
By the next year they have been cut down.

Hickison Petroglyphs
Hickison Petroglyphs

Also see: HICKISON PETROGLYPHS
Also see:
HIGHWAY 722
Also see:
INYO NATIONAL FOREST
Also see:
WALKER LAKE
Also see:
WILSON CANYON

Sand Mountain recreation Area
Sand Mountain Recreation Area
Highway 50 east from Fallon, NV

Sand Mountain Pony Express Station
Sand Mountain Pony Express Station
Highway 50 east from Fallon, NV

Grave of Wilson Turner
Wilson Turner 3YRS 1864
Hwy.50 near Sand Mountain
N 3917.488
W 11826.868

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Arch Off Whitney Portal Road
Arch Off Whitney Portal Road
Alabama Hills Recreation Area

ARCHES OF ALABAMA HILLS
There are hundreds of natural arches and
windows throughout the Alabama Hills.

Camped here September 4, 2006
Camped here March 9, 2007
Camped here March 20, 2007
Camped here January 6, 2009
Camped here May 31, 2009

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Free campgrounds and camping
NEVADA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
TAMARACK BEACH CAMPGROUND
20 MILE BEACH CAMPGROUND
WALKER LAKE